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#Trustee2B helps young people (18-35) to become trustees within voluntary and community sector groups in Harrow.
What Is A Trustee?
Trustees are the people who are responsible for the general control and management of the administration of a charity or voluntary and community organisation. They have overall control of the organisation and are responsible for making sure it’s doing what it was set up to do. Trustees can have many names, for example: Committee Members, Non-Executive Directors, Board Members, Governors, Directors, Chair/Chairman and Treasurer.
Become A Young Trustee:
If you’re a young adult (18-35), want to gain skills & experience and are up for a challenging volunteer role you are eligible to apply.
Sign up and …
- Become a trustee, adviser or representative of a charity
- Gain new skills and experiences
- Help a charitable organisation reach it’s vision
Looking For A Young Trustee?
If you’re looking for a young trustee to develop your organisation please get in contact, or fill out this form – http://goo.gl/ZWrwNJ, and we’ll match you up with someone suitable.
Find Out More:
To find out more contact Alex on 020 8861 5894 or email firstname.lastname@example.org